Saturday, May 30, 2009

A Change Is Gonna Come

There is an adage that says – You keep getting what you get because you keep doing what you do!

Within Weekly Wisdom: 52 Ways to Live a More Fulfilled Life, author Cherilyn Azubuike gives her readers common sense information and practical application to explore for every week of the year.

Told with humor, common sense and much insight, Weekly Wisdom challenges the reader to look inward in order to examine self and assess their possible toxic environment and relationships.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Victorious Magazine Launch Celebration

VICTORIOUS Magazine is the cornerstone of our public communication, providing access to articles representing our victorious message! By reaching out directly to each woman and touching on the concerns that are on her heart we are able to encourage her to press on toward her dreams to live victoriously, taking control of her own destiny and achieving her true purpose. Our editorial content is designed to validate the importance of the things that appeal to her on all levels - personally, professionally, spiritually, and mentally - in a way that only women can understand.

Our article categories include Destiny & Purpose, Inspiration & Empowerment, Stewardship, Victorious Living, Victorious Wellness, and Style & Grace. The publication launched its digital version March 30, 2009. The first print issue of VICTORIOUS MAGAZINE will hit the newsstands September 2009, with an initial circulation of 25,000.

Victorious Magazine Featured Columnist

Featured Columnist - Shawneda Marks

Shawneda Marks is the activist author. She loves to sound the trumpet about important issues and entertain. In addition to being a wife and mother she is the founder and director of Wellness Walkers Foundation, Incorporated and an independent author. Her heart and passion surround helping people “WalkGreen” through life in total wellness in an affordable way. Marks’ novels address health issues as they relate to the faith based community and spark conversation, revelation and hope. The nonfiction books are written at this time explicitly for teen and adult women to be encouraged, empowered to be beautiful from the inside out and most important emotionally well! For more information, please visit

National Stroke Awareness Month

May is National Stroke Awareness Month. According to the National Stroke Association one half of all African American women will die from stroke or heart disease. This is a disheartening statistic (no pun intended). Also as startling is the medical fact that twice as many women die from stroke than breast cancer each year. Stroke also known as a “brain attack” is when a blood clot blocks an artery or a blood vessel breaks, interrupting the blood flow to an area of the brain. There are no measurable reasons for the excessive amount of stroke and heart issues that African Americans are affected more than Caucasians.

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